Bass fishing enthusiasts will find themselves in their element as bass
activity becomes more pronounced. Early mornings and late afternoons tend to be the
most productive times for bass fishing during this period. The bass will often move to
shallower waters to feed, taking advantage of the slightly warmer water temperatures.
Topwater lures, such as buzzbaits and poppers, can be effective during low-light hours,
enticing explosive surface strikes. As the day progresses, consider switching to soft
plastic worms or jigs, working them around structures like submerged vegetation and
drop-offs. Crankbaits and jerkbaits can also be successful choices to cover larger areas
and entice reaction strikes.